Applying

Are you interested in a graduate position with us? A full internship during the summer? Or a week long micro-internship? If so, you'll want to know what you need to apply to Ensoft:

  • You must want a career developing software - that's what we do.
  • The barrier to entry is high, so you need a proven academic capability. For example, you will be taking a numerate degree at one of the UK's leading Universities. As a guide, please do not apply unless you have A grades at A-level or equivalent, (or good excuses!).
  • Some experience would help (see James's casebook), but isn't essential (see Paul's casebook). It's great to find recent graduates who spend their spare time writing code, who want to turn their creative outlet into a successful career. But we can also train graduates who have the right potential to shine at software engineering. (This is for graduate roles; for internships, we do look for enough experience to become quickly productive, so we can offer a rewarding placement.)
  • Finally, you must be sociable. The process is collaborative, so you should enjoy working closely with the other people in your team.
  • Oh, by the way, we believe that we are creating an exceptional company, so you need a pride and passion for your work and should expect to work with us for many years.

So, if you want a job at Ensoft, you can apply now by sending your CV to recruitment@ensoft.co.uk. If you are a finalist, you can have your first job arranged before you embark on those hours of study needed to get through finals.

We hold interview days in Oxford and Cambridge most terms, and our interview process lasts about two hours. As our interview dates approach, we advertise our application deadlines on our Events page. You can also get reminders nearer the time by following us on Twitter (@ensoftuk) or liking us on Facebook (ensoftuk)

Sending in a CV

The format and layout of your CV are not critical - so long as the information is there and easy to find. You can upload your CV application using the form below.



Or the year after (e.g. maybe do a 4th year)





We will keep your application until one year after the current recruitment exercise ends; see our privacy policy for details. However, you can give us consent to keep your details for longer - until your expected year of graduation - by ticking this box. We will then use them to consider you for other vacancies in future.


Essential information

Contact Details
Full name
Home and term address, with contact telephone numbers.
E-mail address (please provide a personal email address so that we can ensure contact outside of term-time)
Web page (if you have one).
Pre-University Education
Secondary schools attended, type of school and dates of attendance.
GCSEs - subjects and grades.
A levels - subjects and grades.
University Education
Universities attended, courses taken and dates of attendance.
Subjects studied each year during your first degree.
List of any scholarships, awards, prizes or notable academic achievements.
Experience
Outside of your course work, summarise your computing experience.
Work Experience.
Interests and vacation activities.

Additional information

Requirements for a visa.
Any further information that will help us to get to know you better and evaluate your application.
Referees
We do not require this information as part of the CV application. We will only request referee details from successful candidates.